Posts Tagged: sustainable development

New Briefing Paper: Poverty, Inequality and Climate Change – Challenges on the road to sustainable energy security, in Europe and beyond

QCEA’s conception of Sustainable Energy Security involves social, economic and ecological sustainability. It also recognizes that promoting the EU’s short term energy security, at any cost, will undermine its long time security in all senses: by further marginalizing the global

New Briefing Paper: Poverty, Inequality and Climate Change – Challenges on the road to sustainable energy security, in Europe and beyond

QCEA’s conception of Sustainable Energy Security involves social, economic and ecological sustainability. It also recognizes that promoting the EU’s short term energy security, at any cost, will undermine its long time security in all senses: by further marginalizing the global

Policy Coherence for Development? The Effects of Climate Change on Poverty

One of the problems with how we address climate change is the way in which we categorise it as a distinct problem, add it to a list of existing concerns and then assign it to some specially created policy team.

Policy Coherence for Development? The Effects of Climate Change on Poverty

One of the problems with how we address climate change is the way in which we categorise it as a distinct problem, add it to a list of existing concerns and then assign it to some specially created policy team.

Earth Summit 2012 – QCEA inputs into the developing EU position

The Earth Summit 2012 (also known as Rio + 20 or the UN Conference on Sustainable Development) will take place in June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The EU is developing its position for the conference. This process

Earth Summit 2012 – QCEA inputs into the developing EU position

The Earth Summit 2012 (also known as Rio + 20 or the UN Conference on Sustainable Development) will take place in June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The EU is developing its position for the conference. This process